Sunday, January 17, 2016

Teacher-training workshop: ‘UK committed to improve education in Pakistan’

ISLAMABAD: British High Commission facilitated an educator preparing workshop on Tuesday went for acclimating instructors with cutting edge showing systems and helping them to create inventive educational modules.

The occasion was composed at the solicitation of the Oxford University Press to present new reading material, the workshop was intended to enhance the general standard of educating in Pakistan. The British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton went to the occasion as the visitor of honor and appropriated endorsements to the members in the workshop.

While talking about the activity, the British High Commissioner said, "I solidly trust that one issue that can possibly change Pakistan's future is enhanced instruction. The UK government is emphatically dedicated to help towards enhancing the standard and accessibility of instruction crosswise over Pakistan. Together we can raise the nature of training; enhance scholastic results; build educator and understudy participation; help school offices and support the minimal effort private schooling division.

He said, "It is a joy to host this workshop in the British High Commission at the solicitation of the Oxford University Press of Pakistan. It is gladdening to see British organizations adding to the headway and advancement of the training segment in Pakistan. In this time of advanced improvement, educator preparing workshops are a critical apparatus in raising the learning and aptitudes of teachers.

"I thank the Oxford University Press for their endeavors to give educator preparing workshops to enhance training measures crosswise over Pakistan," he included.